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Quizlet PHT 104 Week 1 Part 2
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Suppose we need an NMOS transistor for which $i_D = 5\ \text{mA}$ when $v_{GS} = v_{DS} =5\ \text{V}$. Process constraints result in $KP = 50\ \mu\text{A/V}^2$ and $V_{to} = 1\ \text{V}$. Determine the width-to-length ratio needed for the transistor. If $L = 2\ \mu\text{m}$, what is the value of $W$?
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A simple ideal Brayton cycle uses argon as the working fluid. At the beginning of the compression, $P_{1}=15$ psia and $T_{1}=80^{\circ} \mathrm{F};$ the maximum cycle temperature is $1200^{\circ} \mathrm{F};$ and the pressure in the combustion chamber is 150 psia. The argon enters the compressor through a $3\ \mathrm{ft}^{2}$ opening with a velocity of 200 ft/s. Determine the rate of heat addition to this engine, the power produced, and the cycle's thermal efficiency.
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Describe how you will remember the forward- and reverse-bias of the p-n junction diode. That is, how you will remember which potential (positive or negative) is applied to which terminal?
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Create a column vector that has the following elements: $25.5 , \frac { \left( 14 \tan 58 ^ { \circ } \right) } { \left( 2.1 ^ { 2 } + 11 \right) } ,$ $6 ! , 2.7 ^ { 4 } , 0.0375 ,$ and $\pi / 5$.